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Posted by nick on September 8, 2000 13:51:03 UTC

I was watching the news today and it said that NASA states that the whole in ozone layer is bigger than ever. This hole is located where Antarctica is. They say pollution is a big reason for it. My question is if pollution is such a big cause for ozone depletion, why is this hole in the south pole and not located where industrialized nations are? Anyone know?

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